Will the show go on?
Despite Dean McDermott recently telling Dr. Oz that he's not quitting his family's ridiculously scripted reality series, Tori Spelling appeared today on The Meredith Vieira Show and confirmed the opposite.
Asked about the rumors that McDermott doesn't want to continue filming the series, Spelling told the host “that's true.”
So, does this mean True Tori will soon be coming to an end?
"I don't think so," Spelling replied. "For me, you know, it's True Tori. I have a lot more to tell. I have four children, I'm a mom, I'm a woman, and I want to go on
and I really really really need the money."
McDermott has opened up in recent weeks about his depression, while the couple continues to struggle with his affair.
Even if he is an admitted cheater.
"I chose to deal with it because it was my journey, it was my truth," Spelling told Vieira of why she's made her private issues so very public. "Women everywhere go through this and I wanted to put it out there."
McDermott doesn't share this enthusiasm, however.
"I can’t keep opening a vein, opening my soul and sharing my feelings and thoughts and demons with the world," he previously told Access Hollywood. "I don't watch it. I can't. It’s really difficult. I can't do it anymore, for my soul."
Still, True Tori Season 3 Episode 7 will air on Tuesday and many will say McDermott's departure simply gives writers new material for Season 4.
Why do folks continue to turn in to this nonsense? Here is your chance to watch True Tori online and to find out for yourself: